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Accident: 202251013 - Employees Injured After Exhaust Hood Fails

Accident: 202251013 -- Report ID: 0953210 -- Event Date: 01/31/2003
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
30616232202/03/20032851Aervoe Industries, Inc.
On January 31, 2003, Employees #1 through #9 were transported to medical facilities in the area after possibly being exposed to chemical inhalation when the ventilation exhaust hood failed in the filling room. Employees #1 and # 2 were hospitalized.
Keywords: exhaust system, ventilation, inhalation, chemical
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Machinery maintenance occupations
2 306162322 Hospitalized injury Other Production inspectors, checkers and examiners
3 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Machinery maintenance occupations
4 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Machinery maintenance occupations
5 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Painting and paint spraying machine operators
6 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Painting and paint spraying machine operators
7 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Painting and paint spraying machine operators
8 306162322 Non Hospitalized injury Other Machinery maintenance occupations
9 306162322 Hospitalized injury Other Production inspectors, checkers and examiners

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